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Yogurt, Beer And A Shopping Cart Leads To Arrest Of Local Man

A 46-year-old man from Corinth was arrested by Saratoga Springs Police, after he allegedly stole some beer and yogurt, and then rode out of the store on a motorized shopping cart. It happened at the Price Chopper in Saratoga Springs.

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Christopher R. Allen is facing a petit larceny charge, which is a misdemeanor. He is also charged with a felony with a fourth degree grand larceny charge for allegedly stealing the motorized cart.

In the story from the Times Union, Allen was arrested on a warrant. The motorized shopping cart was valued at more than $1,500 dollars, and the groceries he was accused of taking were valued at less than $100 dollars.

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